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Will a Linux Certification Help You Get a Linux Job?

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  1. tripwire45
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    Will a Linux Certification Help You Get a Linux Job?

    Will a Linux certification help you get a Linux job? The answer is: "Probably." There are a host of Linux certifications. They range from the high-end Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Novell's Novell Linux Certified Engineer (NLCE ) to ones that are appropriate for entry-level Linux system managers, such as the Linux Professional Institute's entry-level LPIC-1. Each are meant to show that those who have them are Linux professionals of one level or another. How much help are they though when it comes from turning your Linux expertise into a Linux job? David Stokes, a certification manager for Sun's MySQL division, said, "I like to see the LPI or Red Hat certs but that is not a requirement. You do need to find out how many Linux/Unix systems they setup, managed, or have used to eliminate the home hobby-level candidate. Next find out how long, what level of experience, and what type of problems they have solved. It also helps if they have experience beyond the Linux sphere."

    Fancy a career in Linux? Will getting a Linux cert help? If so, which one? See if the answers to those questions are in the full article at LinuxPlanet.com.
    Certifications: A+ and Network+


    1. dmarsh
      'Yeah, gotta watch those home level candiates, bloody linus torvalds working from home ! If it wasn't for him we could sell solaris, oh did I say that out loud ? ':rolleyes:

      Errr, isn't that what open source and linux is all about ? Surely people that make the effort to get involved in their spare time are an asset ?

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